With a grant from BHP Billiton, The Conservation Fund and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) planted 18,000 seedlings across 40 acres at Red River National Wildlife Refuge near Bossier City.
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Donations from The Conservation Fund’s Go Zero® Program to Help “Restore the Rouge”and Provide Financing to Green Entrepreneurs
In its six years as a Go Zero partner, C&S has contributed to the planting of 46,790 trees at five national wildlife refuges nationwide. This year’s gift will. . .
“U-Haul is thrilled with the success of the Go Zero program and is proud to be in partnership with The Conservation Fund,” stated Stuart Shoen, executive vice . . .
The Conservation Fund announced today it was on the verge of achieving of two spectacular milestones—the planting of its two millionth tree
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and The Conservation Fund announce the completion of a multi-year project to add nearly 4,000 acres to Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge
How do you celebrate your fifth anniversary? With a gift that is beautiful, durable and made from one of nature’s most important renewable resources: wood.
Gold Level Validation of Philanthropic Forest Carbon Project is Good News for Large-Scale Restoration Efforts at Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge
The Fund’s forest-based carbon sequestration project in central Louisiana received gold level validation, the highest level available. . .
The Conservation Fund protects vital migratory lands in Upper Ouachita National Wildlife Refuge and begins effort to restore historic bottomland habitat with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.